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JANE HORROCKS in East is East

May 16, 2014 

Jane Horrocks stars in East is East at the Trafalgar Studios in London

Jane Horrocks

Jane Horrocks

Jane’s stage credits include Annie in Annie Get Your Gun and Shen Te in The Good Soul of Szechuan (both Young Vic); Lemon in Aunt Dan and Lemon (Royal Court); Jane in Absurd Person Singular (Garrick Theatre); Sally Bowles in Cabaret (Donmar Warehouse/West End); LV in The Rise and Fall of Little Voice (National Theatre/Aldwych Theatre).

Her TV work includes Julie in Trollied (Series 1-3 and Christmas Special 2013); The Cruise, Little Crackers – Barbara, Mrs Stenton in This is Jinsy, Felicity in Coming Up: A Kind of Magic; Gracie Fields in Gracie, Ros Pritchard in The Amazing Mrs Pritchard, Angela Quinn in The Street, Yitta Hilberstam in Mirrorball, Bubble/Katy Grin in Absolutely Fabulous, Teresa Franklin in Linda Green (all BBC); Sadie Swettenham in Jericho and Margaret Morris in The Road to Coronation Street (ITV); and Never Mind the Horrocks (Hat Trick Productions).

Film credits include Jean in Sunshine on Leith, Mrs Plum in Corpse Bride (directed by Tim Burton), Babs in Chicken Run, LV in Little Voice, Nicola in Life is Sweet, Faith in Memphis Belle, Miss Irvine in The Witches, Pattern in The Wolves of Willoughby Chase and Rita in The Dress Maker. –

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AYUB KHAN DIN in East is East

May 16, 2014 

Ayub Khan Din stars alongside Jane Horrocks in East is East at the Trafalgar Studios in London

Ayub Khan Din

Ayub Khan Din

Ayub Khan Din wrote East is East in 1997 as his first play, following an initial career as an actor.

East is East was staged at the Royal Court and Ayub then adapted the play into a successful British film starring Om Puri and Linda Bassett, for which he won a British Independent Film Award and a London Critics’ Circle Film Award, and was nominated for two BAFTAs for Best Adapted Screenplay and the Carl Foreman Award for Most Promising Newcomer, and a European Film Award for Best Screenwriter.

Ayub’s stage credits include Bunty Berman Presents off Broadway, for which he starred and co-authored.

Film credits include My Beautiful Laundrette, and Sammy and Rosie Get Laid.

TV work includes Coronation Street, London Bridge, The Chief, Dangerfield, Boon, The Bill and Poirot.

Other writing work includes Last Dance at Dum Dum, Notes on Falling Leaves, All the Way Home, Rafta Rafta (Olivier Award winner for Best New Comedy) at the National Theatre, West is West, All in Good Time, and an adaptation of To Sir With Love.

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East is East at the Trafalgar Studios starring Jane Horrocks

May 9, 2014 

Jane Horrocks and Ayub Khan-Din star in a new revival of East is East at the Trafalgar Studios

Part of Jamie Lloyd’s second Trafalgar Transformed season at the Trafalgar Studios, East is East is a modern comedy classic about growing up in multiracial England in the 1970’s.

A hugely successful British movie starring Om Puri and Linda Bassett, East is East is written by Ayub Khan-Din, who stars as George alongside multi award-winning stage and screen star Jane Horrocks (Annie Get Your Gun, Sunshine on Leith, Absolutely Fabulous) as Ella – a mixed race married couple bringing up their kids in 70’s Salford.

East is East is directed by Sam Yates and runs until 3 January 2015 at the Trafalgar Studios.

THE STORY

Pakistani chip-shop owner George Khan is determined to give his kids a strict Muslim upbringing against the unforgiving backdrop of 1970’s Salford. Household tension reaches breaking point as their long-suffering English mother, Ella, gets caught in the cross fire – her loyalties divided between her marriage and the free will of her children.

THE CAST

Jane Horrocks stars as Ella Khan in East is East, alongside Ayub Khan Din as George Khan, Amit Shah as Abdul, Ashley Kumar as Tariq, Darren Kuppan as Maneer, Nathan Clarke as Saleem, Taj Atwal as Meenah and Michael Karim as Sajit.

Further cast include Sally Bankes as Auntie Annie, Rani Moorthy as Mrs. Shah and Hassani Shapi as Mr Shah/Doctor, plus Ash Rizi, Karl Seth, Deepal Parmar and Pamela Bennett.

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★★★★ Guardian

★★★★ Telegraph

★★★★ Independent

RICHARD III: Gina McKee, Maggie Steed to join Martin Freeman at the Trafalgar Studios

May 7, 2014 

Further casting has been announced for Richard III at the Trafalar Studios starring Sherlock and Fargo star Martin Freeman.

Gina McKee

Gina McKee

Jamie Lloyd’s new production, part of his second Trafalgar Transformed season of plays, will see Gina McKee (Our Friends In The North, Notting Hill) play Queen Elizabeth in the production and Maggie Steed (Jam and Jerusalem) play Queen Margaret, alongside Martin Freeman (Sherlock, Fargo) as Richard III.

Playing from 1 July to 27 September 2014, tickets go on general sale on 13 May 2014.

Other cast includes Simon Coombs as Tyrrel, Philip Cumbus as Richmond, Gerald Kyd as Catesby, Paul Leonard as Stanley, Forbes Masson as Hastings, Paul McEwan as King Edward IV/Bishop of Ely, Mark Meadows as Clarence/Lord Mayor, Lauren O’Neil as Lady Anne and Jo Stone-Fewings as Buckingham.

The production features designs by Soutra Gilmour, lighting design by Charles Balfour, sound & music by Ben and Max Ringham and fights by Kate Waters.

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Martin Freeman to play Richard III

April 4, 2014 

British star Martin Freeman to play Shakespeare’s Richard III.

MARTIN FREEMAN in Richard IIIJamie Lloyd’s new Trafalgar Transformed season at the Trafalgar Studios kicks off this summer with Martin Freeman taking on Shakespeare’s Richard III.

Running from 1 July to 27 September 2014, the play will see LLoyd return to the Trafalgar Studios following his acclaimed first season of plays that included James McAvoy in Macbeth, John Simm and Simon Russell Beale in The Hothouse and Hayley Atwell and Mathew Horne in The Pride.

The news comes following last week’s story that Freeman’s Sherlock co-star Benedict Cumberbatch will play Hamlet next year at the Barbican Theatre.

Martin Freeman has risen to global star status through his performance as Tim in BBC comedy The Office, the lead role of Bilbo Baggins in Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit movie trilogy and as Dr Watson in the internationally acclaimed TV drama Sherlock.

The director of Richard III, Jamie Lloyd, said “I am thrilled to be returning to our transformed space at Trafalgar Studios and am delighted to kick off our second season with Shakespeare’s astonishing power play, Richard III. Last year, through our £15 Mondays scheme, a staggering 51% of the audience was comprised of first-time theatregoers, targeted with the help of organisations like the inspiring Mousetrap Theatre Projects (of which I am now a patron). I am confident that, with the brilliant and hugely popular Martin Freeman playing the title role in a provocative production, we will continue to attract a generational mix of theatregoers to our corner of the West End. I have wanted to work with Martin for many years and am sure he will bring something unexpected and unique to this iconic role”.

Jamie Lloyd currently has two successful productions running in London – The Commitments at the Palace Theatre and Urinetown at the St James Theatre.

STORY UPDATE: Benedict Cumberbatch is to play Richard III on TV. Ahead of playing Hamlet next year at the Barbican Theatre, Cumberbatch will tackle the role of Richard III in the BBC’s second series of Shakespeare’s History plays. Produced by Sam Mendes’ production company Neal Street Productions, who scored a success with The Hollow Crown TV films last year, the movie will be directed by former Royal Court artistic director Dominic Cooke.

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MARTIN FREEMAN in Richard III

April 4, 2014 

British star Martin Freeman takes on Shakespeare’s Richard III directed by Jamie Lloyd.

MARTIN FREEMAN in Richard IIIJamie Lloyd’s new Trafalgar Transformed season at the Trafalgar Studios kicks off this summer with Martin Freeman taking on Richard III (1 July to 27 September 2014).

Martin Freeman’s stage credits include the critically acclaimed Clybourne Park at the Royal Court Theatre in 2010, Kathy Burke’s Kosher Harry at the Royal Court Theatre and Blue Eyes and Heels by Toby Whithouse at Soho Theatre.

On TV Martin played Tim in the The Office for the BBC. He is currently starring as Dr Watson in the internationally acclaimed show Sherlock for the BBC alongside Benedict Cumberbatch. Coming up on TV Martin plays the lead role of Lester Nygaard, alongside Billy Bob Thornton, in the Coen brothers television adaptation of Fargo.

Martin’s movie credits include Bilbo Baggins in Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit trilogy, Worlds End directed by Edgar Wright and Sean Pegg, Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy and Richard Curtis’ world-wide hit, Love Actually.

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Richard III at the Trafalgar Studios starring Martin Freeman

April 4, 2014 

Fargo and Sherlock actor Martin Freeman stars as Shakespeare’s Richard III in Jamie Lloyd’s new season of plays at the Trafalgar Studios.

Jamie Lloyd (The Commitments, Urinetown) stages his second season of plays under the Trafalgar Transformed umbrella, at the Trafalgar Studios this summer.

Playing from 1 July to 27 September 2014, this new production of Shakespeare’s Richard III stars Martin Freeman in the title role alongside Gina McKee (Our Friends In The North, Notting Hill) as Queen Elizabeth.

Other cast includes Maggie Steed as Queen Margaret, Simon Coombs as Tyrrel, Philip Cumbus as Richmond, Gerald Kyd as Catesby, Paul Leonard as Stanley, Forbes Masson as Hastings, Paul McEwan as King Edward IV/Bishop of Ely, Mark Meadows as Clarence/Lord Mayor, Lauren O’Neil as Lady Anne and Jo Stone-Fewings as Buckingham.

British actor Martin Freeman has become an international star through his acclaimed performance in BBC comedy The Office, Peter Jackson’s trilogy of movies based on The Hobbit, as Doctor Watson alongside Benedict Cumberbatch in BBC drama Sherlock, and new US drama Fargo.

Richard III follows Jamie Lloyd’s acclaimed first season at the Trafalgar Studios that included James McAvoy in Macbeth, The Hothouse starring John Simm and Simon Russell Beale and The Pride starring Hayley Atwell and Mathew Horne.

The production features designs by Soutra Gilmour, lighting design by Charles Balfour, sound & music by Ben and Max Ringham and fights by Kate Waters.

Richard III Cast Highlights

April 3, 2014 

British star Martin Freeman takes on Shakespeare’s Richard III directed by Jamie Lloyd.

Jamie Lloyd’s new Trafalgar Transformed season at the Trafalgar Studios kicks off this summer with Martin Freeman taking on Richard III (1 July to 27 September 2014).

Martin Freeman as Richard III
See Martin’s credits here.

Gina McKee

Gina McKee

Gina McKee as Queen Elizabeth
Gina McKee was last on stage in Di and Viv and Rose at the Hampstead Theatre. Gina has previously worked with Jamie Lloyd on the critically-acclaimed production of The Lover and The Collection at the Comedy Theatre in 2008. Other stage credits include her Olivier-nominated performance as Goneril in Michael Grandage’s revival of King Lear at the Donmar Warehouse, alongside Derek Jacobi, Old Times, also at the Donmar Warehouse, Separate Tables at the Chichester Festival Theatre, Ivanov at the Wyndhams Theatre (for the Donmar Warehouse), The Exonerated at Riverside Studios, Aristocrats at the National Theatre, Five Kinds of Silence at the Lyric Hammersmith and Hammett’s Apprentice at the Royal Court Upstairs. On television, Gina has received numerous BAFTA nominations for her roles in The Street 2, The Lost Prince, and Our Friends in the North, for which she won the Best Actress BAFTA. On film, Gina is best known for her portrayal of Bella in Notting Hill, alongside Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts. Additional screen credits include Jimmy Picard, Atonement, Hebburn, Line of Duty, By Any Means, The Forsythe Saga, The Borgias, and Wonderland, for which she was nominated for Best Actress in the 1999 British Independent Film Awards.

Maggie Steed as Queen Margaret
Maggie Steed’s stage credits include Kindertransport on UK tour, School for Scandal at the Theatre Royal Bath, Trelawney of the Wells at the Donmar Warehouse, The Birthday Party at the Royal Exchange, Manchester, Uncle Vanya at the Chichester Minerva Theatre, The Belle’s Stratagem at Southwark Playhouse, The Constant Wife and Relative Values, both at Salisbury Playhouse, 24 Hour Plays – Big Bird at The Old Vic, Hay Fever at the West Yorkshire Playhouse, Noises Off on UK tour, The History Boys at the National Theatre and world tour, The Importance of Being Earnest at the Oxford Playhouse, The Heiress and Game of Love and Chance, both at the National Theatre and on UK tours, The Storm at the Almeida Theatre, Mother Courage and The Cocktail Party, both at the Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh, The Last Romantics at Greenwich Theatre, Mrs Warren’s Profession at the Lyric Hammersmith, Cloud Nine and Women Beware Women, both at the Royal Court, Can’t Pay, Won’t Pay at the Criterion Theatre, Small Change and Whale, both at the National Theatre, The War Plays, Crimes in Hot Countries and Much Ado About Nothing, all for the Royal Shakespeare Company, The Comedy of Errors and Hamlet on RSC UK tours, Steel Magnolias at the Lyric Theatre, West End, Lady Windermere’s Fan at Bristol Old Vic and Victory at the Gennevilliers Theatre, Paris. Maggie’s screen credits include Stella, 32 Brinkburn Street, Whites, Casualty, My Family, Larkrise to Candleford, Coco Chanel, Jam and Jerusalem, New Tricks, French and Saunders, Foyle’s War, Brideshead Revisited, Red Dwarf, Pudsey: The Movie, The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, The Painted Veil and Olly’s Prison.

Simon Coombs as Tyrrel
Simon Coombs’ stage credits include The El Train at Hoxton Hall, All My Sons and A Raisin In The Sun both at the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester, Othello & A Midsummer Night’s Dream, both at the Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre, A Soldier In Every Son – An Aztec Trilogy, King John and Richard III all for the Royal Shakespeare Company, Emperor and Galilean at the National Theatre, Enron at the Noel Coward Theatre and on UK Tour and What Fatima Did at Hampstead Theatre. Simon’s screen credits include The Doors, Sex and the Chippy, Holby City, Mouth to Mouth and Edge of Tomorrow.

Philip Cumbus as Richmond
Philip Cumbus’ stage credits include Moon Tiger at the Theatre Royal, Bath and UK Tour, The Lightning Child, Macbeth, The Globe Mysteries, Much Ado About Nothing, Romeo & Juliet, The Merchant of Venice and Love Labour’s Lost (also on US Tour) at Shakespeare’s Globe, The Norman Conquests at Liverpool Playhouse, 66 Books at the Bush Theatre, The Master Builder at the Chichester Festival Theatre, The Crucible at the Open Air Theatre, Regent’s Park, The Man Who Had All The Luck at the Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh, A Month In The Country at the Salisbury Playhouse, The Duchess of Malfi at the West Yorkshire Playhouse, In Praise Of Love at Chichester Festival Theatre, Great Expectations for the RSC, The Fence at Birmingham Rep/UK Tour. Philip’s screen credits include A Touch of Frost, My Hero, and Hope & Glory.

Gerald Kyd as Catesby
Gerald Kyd’s stage credits include Little Black Book at Park Theatre, Children of the Sun, The Cherry Orchard, and Blood And Gifts at the National Theatre, 55 Days, and Revelations at the Hampstead Theatre, The Real Thing at the West Yorkshire Playhouse, The Years Between at the Royal Theatre, Northampton, This Much Is True at Theatre 503, The Three Musketeers at the Bristol Old Vic, Conversations In Havana at the Oran Mor Theatre, Edward II and Richard II at The Globe Theatre, Deathtrap on UK Tour, Love’s Labour’s Lost with the English Touring Theatre, Prophet In Exile at the Chelsea Centre, Ramayana at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre, and The Local Stigmatic at the Lyric Hammersmith Studio. Gerald’s screen credits include Atlantis, Casualty, Brief Encounters, The Bible, The Midnight Beast, Persons Unknown, All In The Game, The New Professionals, Underworld, Legacy, The Defender, Tomb Raider II, and Principles of Lust.

Paul Leonard as Stanley
Paul Leonard’s stage credits include Richard III at the Savoy Theatre and RSC Stratford, Alice in Wonderland at the Barbican and RSC Stratford, Les Miserables original cast at the Barbican and Palace Theatre, The Merchant of Venice and The Water Babies at the Chichester Festival Theatre, The Original Chinese Conjurer at the Almeida Theatre, Chicago at the Adelphi Theatre, It’s a Wonderful Life, A Chorus of Disapproval, The Day of the Triffids, A Mad World My Masters and Sweeney Todd at the Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich, Relatively Speaking, Twelfth Night, The Tempest, Neville’s Island, Around the World in 80 Days, Titfield Thunderbolt, Perfect Pitch, The 39 Steps, A Chorus of Disapproval, Don’t Dress for Dinner, The Beggar’s Opera, Dick Barton and Lust at the Queens Theatre, Hornchurch, A Christmas Carol at the West Yorkshire Playhouse, The Browning Version, A Voyage Round My Father, Flarepath, Cowardy Custard, The Lady Vanishes, Dick Barton, Climbing the Wall, Green for Danger and Holiday Snap at the Southwold Theatre. Paul’s screen credits include Gambit, Christmas Candle, Les Miserables, Ninja Assassins, Piercing Brightness, Coronation Street, Sherlock, Mr. Selfridge, Episodes, Dark Matters, The Bill, Perfect Strangers and Oliver Twist.

Forbes Masson as Hastings
Forbes Masson was part of Jamie Lloyd’s first season, playing Banquo in Macbeth, starring James McAvoy. His other stage credits include The Taming of the Shrew at the RSC Courtyard Theatre, RSC First Encounters on a UK Tour, and Ohio State University USA, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe at the 360 Theatre Kensington Gardens, Romeo & Juliet, and As You Like It for the RSC and RST, Roundhouse and New York, Morte D’Arthur, A Tender Thing, The Histories Cycle, Twelfth Night, The Comedy of Errors, Hamlet, and Macbeth at the RSC, King Lear at the Headlong, Everyman and Young Vic, The Breathing House, Art, Much Ado About Nothing, and STIFF at the Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh, The Life of Stuff at the Donmar Warehouse, Endgame, The Trick is to Keep Breathing, Laurel and Hardy, Dumbstruck, The Real World, Cinzano, and Cinderella at the Tron Theatre, Glasgow, and Lady in the Dark at the Scottish Opera. Forbes’ screen credits include Gypsy Woman, The Green Man of Knowledge, Shetland, Dead Boss, EastEnders, Monarch of the Glen, Hamish Macbeth, No Holds Bard, The Creatives, Red Dwarf, Rab C Nesbitt, 49,000 Steps, The High Life, Young Person’s Guide to Becoming a Rock Star, Paris, My Dead Dad, Taggart, and Victor and Barry Take the High Road.

Paul McEwan as King Edward IV/Bishop of Ely
Paul McEwan’s stage credits include Man In The Middle, Decade, and The Night Before Christmas at Theatre 503, The Two-Character Play at the Jermyn Street Theatre and Provincetown Theatre USA, Isfahan Calling at the Old Red Lion, Kurtz at the Hampstead New End Theatre, The Woman in Black at the Madinat Theatre, Dubai, A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Royal Exchange Theatre, Richard II and La Lupa for the RSC, Romeo and Juliet at the Hull Truck Theatre, The Killing Floor at the Bridewell Theatre, The Duel at the Lyric Hammersmith, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and The Three Musketeers at The Dukes Theatre, Lancaster. Paul’s screen credits include Tied In Blood, Chain Male, Shadow Run, Peaky Blinders, WPC 56, Casualty, Doctors, Strictly Confidential, Dalziel & Pascoe, Holby City, The Echo, Clocking Off, The Secret Flight, Eternal Law, Emmerdale, Heartbeat and No Angels.

Mark Meadows as Clarence/Lord Mayor
Mark Meadows’ stage credits include Urinetown at the St James Theatre directed by Jamie Lloyd, A Man of No Importance, Epsom Downs and The Herbal Bed all at Salisbury Playhouse, The Tempest at the Theatre Royal, Bath, Goodbye Barcelona at the Arcola Theatre, Betty Blue Eyes at the Novello Theatre, The Three Musketeers at the Rose Theatre, Kingston, The Giant at Hampstead Theatre, Macbeth and A Midsummer Night’s Dream both at the Open Air Theatre, Regent’s Park, White Christmas at the Mayflower Theatre, Southampton, Mary Poppins at the Prince Edward Theatre, Longitude and Moby Dick both at Greenwich Theatre, 5/11 at Chichester Festival Theatre, King Lear and Six Pictures Of Lee Miller both at the Minerva Theatre, Chichester, The Emperor & The Nightingale at the Watermill Theatre, High Society at the Sheffield Crucible and Look Back in Anger, Up The Feeder and A Street Car Named Desire all at Bristol Old Vic. Mark’s screen credits include Eastenders, Casualty, Doctors, Nicholas Nickleby, and High Heels & Lowlifes.

Lauren O’Neil as Lady Anne
Lauren O’Neil’s stage credits include King Lear at the Chichester Festival Theatre and the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s Harvey Theatre, and This House, Travelling Light, and Women Beware Women at the National Theatre. Lauren’s screen credits include Being Human, Phone Shop, The Bill, Lewis, Doctors, and Law & Order UK.

Jo Stone-Fewings as Buckingham.
Jo Stone-Fewings’ stage credits include The Big Meal at the Theatre Royal Bath, The Winter’s Tale, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The City Madam, King John, The Taming of the Shrew, The Park and Henry VI, Part III, all for the Royal Shakespeare Company, Twelfth Night for the RSC & Duke of York’s Theatre, Richard III for the RSC & UK tour, Heartbreak House, The Way of the World, King Lear and The Scarlet Letter, all for the Chichester Festival Theatre, King James Bible Reading, War and Peace, Fuente Ovejuna and Ghetto all for the National Theatre, Dancing at Lughnasa at the Old Vic, The 39 Steps at the Criterion Theatre, The Country Wife at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, Angels in America on UK tour, See How They Run at the Duchess Theatre and UK tour, The Unthinkable at the Sheffield Crucible, Still Life and The Astonished Heart, both at the Liverpool Playhouse, Crazyblackmotherf**kin’self at the Royal Court and The Misanthrope at the Young Vic. Jo’s screen credits include New Tricks, Talk to Me, Doctor Who, Best of Both Worlds, All the Kings Men, Moon and Son, Casualty, Dodgem, Mine All Mine, Misfits, Peak Practice, London’s Burning, The Prince, Medics, Soldier Soldier, The Bill, Deadly Advice, Nine Lives, Wondrous Oblivion, The Object II and American Friends.

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ANOTHER COUNTRY: Chichester production transfers to Trafalgar Studios

February 13, 2014 

Jeremy Herrin’s production of Another Country is transferring to the Trafalgar Studios in London following it’s sell-out run at the Chichester Festival Theatre.

Julian Mitchell’s award-winning play about a group of public schoolboys in 1930′s England will run at the Trafalgar Studios from 26 March to 30 April 2014.

An accomplished cast includes rising new stars Will Attenborough and Rob Callender, plus Julian Wadham, Dario Coates, Cai Birdgen, Bill Milner, James Parris, Mark Donald and Mark Quartley.

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Photos: Another Country coming to the Trafalgar Studios

February 11, 2014 

Production photos: Another Country coming to the Trafalgar Studios

Will Attenborough in Another Country at the Trafalgar Studios

Will Attenborough in Another Country at the Trafalgar Studios

Julian Mitchell’s acclaimed play Another Country returns to the West End this Spring as the Chichester Festival Theatre’s recent production transfers into London.

Directed by Jeremy Herrin, the production stars Will Attenborough as Judd and Rob Callender as Bennett.

Another Country plays at the Trafalgar Studios from 26 March to 21 June 2014.

Photos from the original Chichester Festival Theatre production, transferring to the Trafalgar Studios

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